How often have you been walking through a hipster-centric neighborhood and thought to yourself, “That is absolutely the worst hat I have ever seen, and, at the minimum, I would like to spray that person with a full-blast fire hose and scold them about their explicitly bad life decisions?” More times than you can count on two hands worth of fingers, right?
So here’s the deal: Picking out good promotional headwear takes a bit more thought than taping a sequined beet to your head and strutting down to your local hipster post-ironic poetry frump. Design sense is a must. Check out the following caps and headwear styles below for some ideas on where to start.
Keep a Low Profile
Otto International Inc. recently added a cool style to its product line, the Superior Garment Washed Cotton Twill with Heavy Contrast Stitching Low Profile Pro Style Cap. This unstructured cap is available in five colors with tone-on-tone heavy stitching or contrasting color heavy stitching. It features an adjustable hook and loop closure. For more information, visit www.ottocap.com.
Gotta Love an Original
The Original Chuck Chambray Flat Bill Cap available from Americana Sportswear will become a fast favorite. Constructed from 80/20 cotton/polyester, the structured, high-profile, six-panel cap features a green undervisor, sewn eyelets and a snapback closure. The original Chuck logo appears on the left side. For more information, visit www.americanasportswear.com.
If You’re Gonna Do It, Do It Right
The UltraClub Knit Beanie with Cuff from Bodek and Rhodes is a classic beanie done right. This one-size-fits-all beanie is available in a variety of colors and is 100 percent acrylic. For more information, visit www.bodekandrhodes.com.
Hats Off to You
Headwear Professionals offers an enormous number of Stock and Custom Caps, sorted and browsable by the speed at which you need your order completed. For more information, visit www.headwear-usa.com.